According to the statement of the Bulgarian Mufti, the Mufti’s Office collected 1,940,000 leva from donations for the aid campaign it organized for the earthquake victims in Turkey.
As soon as we learned about the devastating natural disaster, the collection of aid began immediately and the Mufti’s office became one of the first institutions to extend a helping hand to the earthquake victims.
The statement said, “The aid campaign ended on February 13, but donations continue to reach the accounts of donations and the various units of the Grand Mufti. Therefore, we expect the amount to increase.”
After the meeting between the Office of the Grand Mufti and the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey in Sofia, Aylin Etcuk, it was decided to use some of the money raised to purchase containers and tents for the homeless. The other part of the money will be transferred to the bank account of the Directorate of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Turkey (Diyanet) and will be used to restore the homes of the victims.
The Grand Mufti will publish detailed information on all donations received within a few days.
The Foundation would like to thank all of our donors who acted with sensitivity!
“We thank the regional mufti offices, mosque councils, imams, the media, as well as all Bulgarian citizens of different ethnic groups and religions for their support at this difficult time,” the statement said.
May God accept your good deeds, and grant you health, peace and long life, and your family! Expressions were used.
Source: KIRCAALI News
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